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This course is meant to you study for your first amateur radio license. Each lesson is followed by some review questions that you can print out and do by hand. Nothing on this site is copyrighted, so you're welcome to do whatever you like with it. All I ask in return is that you study hard, get your license, and drop me a note when you get your first callsign.
73 (best wishes),
Daniel Reynolds - AA0NI
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I'd encourage anyone to study the Morse Code. It is both challening and rewarding. Although it is slower than voice and computer modes, it has a few keen advantages - it gets through difficult conditions that voice and data can't, and it's easier to build your own morse code transmitter/receiver set. In fact there's thousands of hams that take pride in building (homebrewing) their own equipment. If you would like to study the morse code, click on one of the sites below to download software appropriate for your computer.
Visit AA9PW's Amateur Radio Exam Practice Page. Try your hand at any of the amateur radio exams (Novice, Technician, General, Advanced, or Amateur Extra). See what your real exam could be like.
If you'd like to find a place where you can take an (official) amateur radio exam, then visit the ARRL's website. They maintain a list of most all of the test sessions happening around the country. This page may take a while to load because it is quite large. - Amateur Radio Test Sites -
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Daniel Reynolds - AA0NI - email@example.com - October 29, 1998